Friday at the Buick Open

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Brett Quigley, still seeking his first Tour win, finished with a 69 and is tied for the lead with Jim Furyk and Kenny Perry. "I knew if I could make four or five more (birdies) I might have a pretty good lead," Quigley said. "As a result, I started thinking about, you know, results instead of staying in my process."
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Furyk fired a four-under 68 to move into a share of the lead. "I finished up strong and hit the ball real well the last two-and-a-half holes," Furyk said.
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Rocco Mediate bogeyed two of his last four holes, but still managed to shoot a one-under 71. "I started off really good," Mediate said. "I made a little mistake on 15, did a complete 270. It happens. I hit a bad drive on 18, bad drive on 2. Those were the only two bad ones and I was lucky to make 5s."
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Furyk found the trees on 16, but he was able to punch out and save par.
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Kenny Perry started the day tied for 73rd, but finished tied for the lead after a nine-under 63. "I had no expectations," Perry said. "That's probably why I played so well. I wasn't nervous."
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Despite a double bogey on 18, Scott Verplank shot a three-under 69. "I just need to tighten up everything a little bit and get it sharper," Verplank said. "I'm driving it good, but not like I'd like to. Things are really close, though."
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Steve Elkington was one over on the front nine, but rebounded with three birdies on the back to shoot 69.
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Brian Bateman made birdie on the tough par-3 17th to finish at nine under par. "I'm hitting the ball well, and I feel like I'm keeping everything under control," Bateman said.
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